G4576 σέβομαι - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
σέβομαι
to feel awe
Dodson:
σέβομαι
I reverence, worship
I reverence, worship, adore.
Strong's:
σέβομαι
to revere, i.e. adore
Derivation: middle voice of an apparently primary verb;

KJV Usage: devout, religious, worship.

TBESG:
σέβομαι
be devout
G:V
σέβω
[in LXX (chiefly for יָרֵא, Jos.4:24, al.) and NT always mid., σέβομαι, exc. 4Ma.5:24 ;]
to worship: with accusative of person(s),
Refs Mat.15:9, Mrk.7:7, Act.18:13 19:27
; σεβόμενος τ. θεόν,
Refs Act.16:14 18:7
; σεβόμενοι (σ. προσήλυτοι, σ. Ἕλληνες), devout,
Refs Act.13:43, 50 17:4, 17
(cf. προσήλυτος).†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) to revere, to worship


σέβομαι
sebomai
seb'-om-ahee
Middle voice of an apparently primary verb; to revere, that is, adore

KJV Usage: devout, religious, worship.


View how G4576 σέβομαι is used in the Bible

10 occurrences of G4576 σέβομαι

Matthew 15:9 they do revere
Mark 7:7 do they revere
Acts 13:43 revering
Acts 13:50 revering
Acts 16:14 who revered
Acts 17:4 of the revering
Acts 17:17 revering,
Acts 18:7 one that revered
Acts 18:13 to revere
Acts 19:27 revereth.

Distinct usage

2 revering
1 who revered
1 of the revering
1 revering,
1 one that revered
1 to revere
1 they do revere
1 do they revere
1 revereth.

Corresponding Hebrew Words

see st. sebo H3372 yare verb,adj
see st. sebo H5650 eved


Related words

G4576 σέβομαι

G765 ἀσεβής
ἀσεβής
asebēs
as-eb-ace'
From G1 (as a negative particle) and a presumed derivative of G4576; irreverent, that is, (by extension) impious or wicked

KJV Usage: ungodly (man).


G2152 εὐσεβής
εὐσεβής
eusebēs
yoo-seb-ace'
From G2095 and G4576; well reverent, that is, pious

KJV Usage: devout, godly.


G2318 θεοσεβής
θεοσεβής
theosebēs
theh-os-eb-ace'
From G2316 and G4576; reverent of God, that is, pious

KJV Usage: worshipper of God.


G4573 σεβάζομαι
σεβάζομαι
sebazomai
seb-ad'-zom-ahee
Middle voice from a derivative of G4576; to venerate, that is, adore

KJV Usage: worship.


G4586 σεμνός
σεμνός
semnos
sem-nos'
From G4576; venerable, that is, honorable

KJV Usage: grave, honest.